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Headcanon vs Idea - What's the difference?

headcanon | idea |


As nouns the difference between headcanon and idea

is that headcanon is (fandom slang) elements and interpretations of a fictional universe accepted by an individual fan, but not found within or supported by the official canon while idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.

Idea vs Pretty - What's the difference?

idea | pretty |


As nouns the difference between idea and pretty

is that idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples while pretty is something that is pretty.

As an adjective pretty is

cunning; clever, skilful.

As an adverb pretty is

somewhat, fairly, quite; sometimes also (by meiosis) very.

As a verb pretty is

to make pretty; to beautify.

Percept vs Idea - What's the difference?

percept | idea |


As nouns the difference between percept and idea

is that percept is while idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.

Idea vs Values - What's the difference?

idea | values |


As a noun idea

is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.

As a verb values is

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Idea vs Condition - What's the difference?

idea | condition |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between idea and condition

is that idea is (obsolete) the form or shape of something; a quintessential aspect or characteristic while condition is (obsolete) the situation of a person or persons, particularly their social and/or economic class, rank.

As nouns the difference between idea and condition

is that idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples while condition is a logical clause or phrase that a conditional statement uses the phrase can either be true or false.

As a verb condition is

to subject to the process of acclimation.

Input vs Idea - What's the difference?

input | idea |


As nouns the difference between input and idea

is that input is the act or process of putting in; infusion while idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.

As a verb input

is to put in; put on.

Idea vs Suggest - What's the difference?

idea | suggest |


As a noun idea

is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples.

As a verb suggest is

to imply but stop short of saying explicitly.

Idea vs Contrivance - What's the difference?

idea | contrivance | Related terms |

Idea is a related term of contrivance.


As nouns the difference between idea and contrivance

is that idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples while contrivance is a (mechanical) device to perform a certain task.

Idea vs Will - What's the difference?

idea | will |


As nouns the difference between idea and will

is that idea is (philosophy) an abstract archetype of a given thing, compared to which real-life examples are seen as imperfect approximations; pure essence, as opposed to actual examples while will is (american football) a weak-side linebacker.

As a proper noun will is

also used as a formal given name.

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